It’s barely 4:30PM here and I am ashamed to admit I am already in my PJs. The plan is to spend the rest of the evening/night reading. What am I reading, you may ask. The Book of Fires, by Jane Borodale. Out this month, it is the captivating story of a “ruined” girl who flees her home and finds sanctuary as the apprentice to a fireworks maker. I have about a hundred pages left and I hope to finish the book tonight. Look for my review this Wednesday, along with a giveaway!
As for tomorrow, keep an eye out for my post on the first portion of East of Eden, by John Steinbeck. Tomorrow kicks off the discussion with the Classic Reads Book Club. If you haven’t started it yet, no need to worry–discussion for part two doesn’t begin until February 8, so there is still time to catch up. The two books after East of Eden is finished are A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and A Handmaid’s Tale, both of which are excellent–I would highly recommend both!
For once I don’t have a timline of books stretched out. Once I finish The Book of Fires, I plan on reading Saving CeeCee Honeycutt, by Beth Hoffman. Once I finish that . . . who knows! The possibilities are endless!